Fourth Qtr. Progress Reports were mailed out on Thur., May 16, 2013.
Eighth Grade Information:
All 8th graders will be participating in a Personal Responsibility & Education Program (PREP). A parental consent to participate in a School-Based Sexual Health Education Program is needed. We are asking for your permission to allow your child to participate in a sex education/health program at school. The Personal Responsibility Education Program is a teen pregnancy prevention program funded by the Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Division of the California Department of Public Health. The program educates adolescents on pregnancy prevention, STIs, and HIV/AIDS through age appropriate and scientifically-based program models. The models also incorporate positive youth development/adolescent development topics. The PREP curriculum places an emphasis on both abstinence and contraception.
If you do not want your child to participate in the program please return the completed PREP form that has been sent out with your student by our P.E. Teachers.
These classes will be presented to our 8th grade students by the LFRC (Lake Family Resource Center) during our Physical Education Classes in 2nd, 3rd, and 7th periods on the following dates:
Tue., May 21st-Fri., May 24th
Tue., May 28th-Thur., May 30th
Mon., June 3rd-Fri., June 7th
Mon., June 10th
If you have any additional questions about the CA PREP program, please contact-Stephanie Lilly, Director of Programs Lake Family Resource Center, at 707-279-0563
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2012-2013 6TH GRADE T-DAP Requirement: Please complete the new State requirement for school vaccination before the end of our school year for all current 6th grade students. Bring in a copy of our child's immunization record of the Whooping Cough vaccination so that the office can update the school records. This must be completed before school entry next school year. For questions regarding the new California Public Health Law, you can visit the ShotsForSchool.org website, or call our school nurse at 279-4435.
Picture Day is coming on Tuesday, October 9, 2012. Mark your calendar! School portraits by Lifetouch feature studio-style photography that give students the freedom to create a look that’s truly their own. Look for complete information on the flyer that will be provided to your child. Plus visit www.lifetouch.com for clothing suggestions, grooming tips, online payment details and more. Make-up Picture Day will be on Friday, November 09, 2012.
T. 707-289-4110 or 707-279-4060 ext. 42 Fax 707-289-4100
Ana Santana, Site Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org
Berdie Guerrero, Family Advocate email@example.com
Maria Cruz, AmeriCorps Member firstname.lastname@example.org
The Healthy Start Program is housed on our campus in Room #23. Healthy Start provides students and families with a wide range of community based services and external referral resources in order to maximize their educational opportunities and build upon their personal strengths. Services offered:
Dental, vision and hearing screenings; Referrals for medical care, dental care, mental health, vision care and specialty medicine; "Friendship Groups" for students; Health & nutrition education; School supplies for students; Referrals to on site counseling through Safe Schools / Healthy Students; Home visits; Food and clothing assistance; Transportation for medical and dental care; School attendance counseling; Lice eradication information; Nutrition education; Assistance in obtaining Kindergarten Immunizations and CHDP exams; Health education to prevent dental disease.
HEALTHY START NEWS
Healthy Start is happy to present the Nurturing Parenting -ABC’s of Parenting at Kelseyville Elementary School, Thursday Nights starting on Thursday April 25th from 6-8 pm and running to June 6. The ABC’s of Parenting is a seven week course offering support and new ideas to parents of children ages 4-8 years old. Please complete flyer that will be mailed out in your children’s homework folder in the coming weeks. The program will offer curriculum to both parents and focus aged children. Child Care and Dinner will be provided. Call Healthy Start at 289-4110 for more information and to reserve your spot.
Comienzo Saludable (Healthy Start) se complace en presentar el Crianza Con Cariño- Los ABC de la crianza de los hijos en Kelseyville Elementary School, los jueves por la noche a partir del jueves 25 de abril de 6-8 pm y finalizando el 6 de junio. El ABC de la crianza de los hijos es un curso de siete semanas ofreciendo apoyo y nuevas ideas para padres de niños de 4-8 años de edad. Por favor, llene y regrese el volante que se enviará por la carpeta de tareas de sus hijos en las próximas semanas. El programa ofrecerá plan de estudios para los padres y los niños en edad de enfoque. Cuidado de Niños y cena serán proporcionados. Llame a Healthy Start 289-4110 para más información y para reservar su lugar.
From the desk of Marcia Porter, Librarian
There are many students with outstanding books from the 2011/2012 school year. Students will not be allowed to check out their text books for the 2012/2013 school year unless the books are turned in or fines are paid off.
Contact: Shushan Vetzmadian, Program Coordinator Lake County
Tel. 707-279-4152 E-mail: email@example.com
The Migrant Ed. Program is housed on our campus in Room #18.
The Migrant Education Program is a federally funded program designed to provide supplementary educational and support services to children and youth of migrant families, ages 3 to 21 years.
Services: The migrant student have the same needs as all students, but these needs are compounded by frequent mobility, poverty and limited-English language skills. As such, they are twice as likely to drop out of school. To address these needs, Region II believes a two-prong approach addressing the immediate need of the student, while the second focuses on promoting systemic changes within our educational system. These approaches may include the following services.
Student: Identification & Recruitment, After School Tutorial, Assessment, Preschool Programs, Limited Medical & Dental, Emergency Food & Clothing, & Reading Recovery, Staff Development, & Parent Education/Involvement.
MIGRANT ED. NEWS
Parent Advisory Committee Meeting
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.
Location: KES Cafeteria, childcare is provided
Attention Parents & Staff:
If you had a change of address or didn’t complete an “Assigned Bus Stop Location” form last school year, you will need to complete a new bus form prior to your student being able to ride a school bus. Please download an Assigned Bus Stop Location form from our website or stop by our office to pick up a form. Please mail the completed form to: KUSD Transportation Dept., 5090 Park Ave., in Kelseyville, CA 95451 or fax it to 707-279-4961. Bus routes are also posted on-line. If you have any related transportation questions, please call our Transportation Department at 279-1507 to speak with Cindy Baker, our Transportation Director, or Mary Manning, the Transportation Secretary. Thank you.